With just a few months left in 2022, our end of year courses are filling up fast...but there's still time to secure your spot! Check out the list of linked titles below to learn more, or visit the AIAG Training Store today.Read More
If you are registered for AIAG’s IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference in October, you are eligible for 25% off on an additional training day to bring you up to speed before the conference. This special discount is available for our Monday, October 10, 2022, session of the IMDS Basic Concepts and Application training. Once you’ve registered for this year’s Conference, please contact AIAG Customer Service at 248-358-3003 for more information.
From our annual Quality Summit at the beginning of October, to this year's Supply Chain + Trade Compliance Summit on November 3rd, we're looking forward to a full lineup of AIAG events this fall. Take a quick look at what's next below, and be sure to visit the AIAG Store today to learn more!Read More
Developed in collaboration with industry experts from OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers, and molding suppliers, the CQI-30 Special Process: Rubber Processing System Assessment – Mixing & Molding provides a common approach to a rubber mixing and molding management system for automotive production and service part organizations.Read More
AIAG’s newest board members offer unique perspectives on the electrification of the mobility industries and look forward to supporting the association’s efforts to address the seismic changes these technologies represent.
Don't miss out on fall trainings at AIAG! With more than 50 courses scheduled across October and November alone, we've got plenty of option to choose from.
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Ready to gain a better understanding of the reporting requirements and regulations impacting your daily business? Join us at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan — or virtually via Zoom — on October 11–12, for our 2022 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference.Read More
After more than seventeen years of leadership, AIAG CEO J. Scot Sharland has retired, paving the way for global supply chain executive P. Matthew Pohlman to support the AIAG team and mobility sector moving forward.